|Julie "Finn" Finlay|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation character|
Elisabeth Shue as Julie Finlay
|First appearance||Seeing Red|
|Portrayed by||Elisabeth Shue|
|City||Las Vegas, Nevada|
|Occupation||Crime Scene Investigator|
|Rank||CSI Level 3|
|Position||Assistant Night Shift Supervisor|
|Seasons||12, 13, 14|
Finlay is the newest Crime Scene Investigator. She comes to Las Vegas, replacing Catherine Willows as the new Assistant Night Shift Supervisor. "Finn", as she is known, is followed by rumors that D.B. Russell fired her when she worked for him in Seattle. Russell confirms it to Greg in "Stealing Home". In the season 12 finale, the audience is informed that the reason Finlay was fired was because she had illegally obtained a DNA sample from a suspect in an investigation by sneaking into a party and exiting with the suspect's champagne glass in her purse.
In "Stealing Home", as Finlay was taking a polygraph examination, she reveals that she was married twice, divorcing both husbands. In "Seeing Red," it is revealed that D.B Russell calls her "Jules," but she prefers to be called "Finn."
On the team
Russell tends to call Finn the "Blood Queen" because she is the lab's blood spatter specialist.
|Assistant Night Shift Supervisor ("Seeing Red"-)||Succeeded by
- "Casting: Elisabeth Shue joins CSI". CBS Entertainment. 18 November 2011. Retrieved 26 June 2012.
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